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(9News (Australia))   North Korea calls for unity on anniversary of former leader Kim Jong Il's death, his son and current leader Kim Jong Un will celebrate by having all daily executions done together   (9news.com.au) divider line
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2021-12-17 9:55:06 AM  
16 votes:
"In an apparent echo of official propaganda, Pyongyang citizen Won Jong Rim told the Associated Press Television News that "our great general (Kim Jong-Il) went through so much hardship, pushing his way along such an arduous path, to build a paradise here, achieving what the people want."

If I said this I'd be shot. Not for my sarcastic tone of voice, but for the jerk off motion my hand would involuntarily have to do.
 
2021-12-17 10:00:57 AM  
9 votes:
A triumphant moment on the 10th anniversary of Dear Leader's ascension:
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2021-12-17 10:05:51 AM  
6 votes:

SirEattonHogg: Yes, but how can I work in a reference to Trump?


Didn't they date for a short while?
 
2021-12-17 9:39:30 AM  
4 votes:
What do they want with a low-cost 3D engine?  Are they going to update their technology to make better-looking propaganda videos?
 
2021-12-17 9:56:43 AM  
4 votes:
Ummm...  Don't wanna get subby into trouble with Lil Kim, or anything, but they totally misspelled 'Best'.
 
2021-12-17 10:07:10 AM  
4 votes:

Nirbo: "In an apparent echo of official propaganda, Pyongyang citizen Won Jong Rim told the Associated Press Television News that "our great general (Kim Jong-Il) went through so much hardship, pushing his way along such an arduous path, to build a paradise here, achieving what the people want."

If I said this I'd be shot. Not for my sarcastic tone of voice, but for the jerk off motion my hand would involuntarily have to do.


But the people WANT to be shot for listening to K-Pop!
 
2021-12-17 10:14:53 AM  
3 votes:

JustHereForThePics: Nirbo: "In an apparent echo of official propaganda, Pyongyang citizen Won Jong Rim told the Associated Press Television News that "our great general (Kim Jong-Il) went through so much hardship, pushing his way along such an arduous path, to build a paradise here, achieving what the people want."

If I said this I'd be shot. Not for my sarcastic tone of voice, but for the jerk off motion my hand would involuntarily have to do.

But the people WANT to be shot for listening to K-Pop!


I mean, I want what's best for the Korean peoples... but the North isn't wrong there.

/s
//it brings joy to many people
///just not the disposable k-pop stars when their life-clock starts flashing.
 
2021-12-17 12:41:28 PM  
3 votes:
And, in honor of the occasion all those executed will be interred in a..
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2021-12-17 9:14:30 AM  
2 votes:
"Paradise"
 
2021-12-17 10:49:42 AM  
2 votes:

Diocletian's Last Cabbage: But I thought fark loved Best Korea.


Only if we can get our hands on those sweet, sweet 'rare-earth minerals' for our cellphones, then we will care about North Korea.
 
2021-12-17 10:04:14 AM  
1 vote:
What sort of a failed state does mass executions anyways?
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